notify() vs. notifyAll() in Java

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What's are the differences between notify() and notifyAll()?

Sep 20, 2018 in Java by 93.lynn
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notify() is used to wake any thread in the wait set whereas notifyAll() is used to wake up all the threads in the waiting set. On a general basis, notifyAll() is used. Even if you are not sure which to use, then you can go ahead and use notifyAll().

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